ITO Jakuchu (1716-1800), Japan 伊藤 若冲

was a Japanese painter of the mid-Edo period when Japan had closed its doors to the outside world. Many of his paintings concern traditionally Japanese subjects, particularly chickens and other birds.

ドキドキするほど絵画な『日本刀のつば』江戸時代発祥、芝山象嵌の世界に「物語り」が聞こえる

ドキドキするほど絵画な『日本刀のつば』江戸時代発祥、芝山象嵌の世界に「物語り」が聞こえる

virtual-artifacts: “ A rare shibayama inlaid ‘mille-fleurs’ tsuba (sword guard) of mokko form, each side decorated in the Shibayama style on a silver ground with a dense bouquet of mixed flowers including chrysanthemum, peony, hydrangea and sakura,.

ドキドキするほど絵画な『日本刀のつば』江戸時代発祥、芝山象嵌の世界に「物語り」が聞こえる

ドキドキするほど絵画な『日本刀のつば』江戸時代発祥、芝山象嵌の世界に「物語り」が聞こえる

A painting so excited to hear "tell" world of origin, Shibayama inlay "collar of the swords" during the Edo period 芝山象嵌-鍔/tsuba Japanese sword mountings

An inlaid box and cover By Kohei, Meiji Period Of rounded rectangular form…

An inlaid box and cover By Kohei, Meiji Period Of rounded rectangular form…

Ninna-ji Palace Peacock Screen #japan #kyoto

Ninna-ji is a Shingon sect Buddhist temple founded in 888 by retired Emperor Uda. It is considered an Historic Monument of Ancient Kyoto, and was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994

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